This is a bad time for electoral predictions. In France, Spain, or the United Kingdom, pollsters were totally wrong recently in predicting the outcome of the elections, and it so happened also in Poland, where practically everybody was expecting a victory of the incumbent president Bronisław Komorowski, but in the end the winner was the conservative challenger Andrzej Duda.
The rise of Duda marks a generational shift in Polish politics. He would be the sixth president since the fall of communis...
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